Archive for January 2012

From my in-box: Worth Sharing:Social Media Inside and How to be a Great Communicator


I had planned on not making a post today – a lot on the plate today and needed to clear the small backlog on the desk and in the un-box.  But…..A couple of articles arrived in my in-box and caught my attention.   As I read them I felt they needed to be shared, so rather … Continue reading

Looking for Employee Engagement….I’ve found it!


Just follow the sign – its between a sacred place and Patient Accounts!

Get your Free Group E-Book on Social Media and Internal Communications!


Join me January 17, 2012 for a Free Webcast hosted by INXPO Bringing your Internal Communications into the New World of Work Hosted by INXPO | Featuring Ken Milloy As a webcast participant you will be able to contribute to books development as we explore: the shift in workplace needs and expectations the role social … Continue reading

The office of tomorrow – Social Media, Technology and Changes in our Workplace


Came across an interesting piece on the “office of tomorrow” from money.cnn.com. The article looks at 10 technologies that will shape the office, including: Smart Glass – morphs from solar panel to multi-media screen.  How cool will that be! Rollable glass Office matchmaker – Quora meets Foursquare! When big brother is your boss. Talking with … Continue reading

Facebook, LinkedIn and Beyond: Is Social Media at the core of your Internal Communication?


I’m always on the watch for developments in the world of Facebook and LinkedIn as I have come to believe that it won’t belong until a hybrid of the two will serve as the organizational structure of the future. And that may well have become one big step closer to reality for those not yet … Continue reading

Social Media and Internal Communication


The world of work and internal communications has undergone significant shifts over the past few years – and there is plenty of evidence to suggest that over the next year or two the shift of the past 10 years will be nothing in comparison to what we are about to experience. Has your company made … Continue reading

Keep things simple…start conversations…learning follows


Way back in grade 8 I had a teacher who taught me one of the most important lessons I carried forward from school: Keep things simple…start conversations…learning follows. Flash (we called him that because of the rather unique helmet he wore with a lightening bolt across each side during our regular teacher student floor hockey … Continue reading

Top Ten Reasons Why Large Companies Fail To Keep Their Best Talent – Forbes


Dear Mr. CEO Thanks for sending me the article on why people leave companies. It seems a perfect discussion point for our upcoming meeting given all we have been talking about and your recent engagement scores.  I think you will agree we have discussed endlessly the points about bureaucracy, passion, development and growth and pretty … Continue reading

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